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Ghost Rider: Official Novelization

Abe

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Any idea who will be writing the Ghost Rider movie novelization?
Any ideas as to who you would like to see write it?
Cheers,
Abe. :ghost:
 
I personally cant see that happening. Maybe they'll do a comic adaptation but not a novel.
 
Why wouldnt they do one????? Every other Marvel movie has gotten a novelization. Y would this be n e different?

I hope is comes out like in June b/c I can't wait longer then that to read it!
 
What? All the other movies had a novel written, adapted from the movie? Sheesh, I had no idea. I've never seen one around before.

I guess a GR one is possible in that case.
 
Yeah, FF, Elektra, Daredevil, X-Men, X2, Spider-man, Spider-man 2, Hulk, and all of the Blade movies ALL had novels
 
Peter David should do the Ghost Rider novel.
 
webhead731 said:
Peter David should do the Ghost Rider novel.

I can see him doing it. Hell--he's pracatically written most of them anyway!
 
I´d like to see Nancy Collins or Steve Niles, horror writers.
Would be cool.
 
Well, I have no idea who should write it but this is yet another GR item that I'm going to have to buy... though I'm not sure how into the novels I am. Are the rest of them good reads?
 
Elektra Kirigi,
Blade 2 actually did not have a novel produced, however there was a mini trade comic book produced. Believe me, I've looked far and wide for a Blade 2 novel, and it's not to be found.
That being written, if one does exist and you can provide proof, please let me know as I'd LOVE to get my hands on a copy. :)
Peter David has written a few Marvel comic book novels, such as the two Spider-Man novels (brilliant), Hulk, and Fantastic Four. FF was a bit of a letdown, but his Hulk novel is superb.
There was also Daredevil, Elektra, X-Men, X-Men 2, and The Punisher.
Basically once a comic book movie is in the works, I hunt down the novelisation.
I'm not too sure who would be suitable to write the GR novelisation... Didn't Quesada say Stephen King was doing some work for Marvel though? Oh baby! :)
Abe.
 
Elektra_Kirigi said:
Yeah, FF, Elektra, Daredevil, X-Men, X2, Spider-man, Spider-man 2, Hulk, and all of the Blade movies ALL had novels


Actually Blade II does NOT have a novelization. It's been my little hobby to get all the Marvel movie novels, and after I couldn't find ANYTHING on Blade II, I actually wrote the author of the first Blade novel (Mel Odom who has his email address listed in the About the Author snippet). He was kind enough to write me back and let me know that he was planning on writing the novelization, but the deal was never finalized. When the powers that be finally decided that they DID want a novelization, it was determined that they didn't have time enough to get it written and distributed to coincide with the release of the movie.

Anyway, since I had this little bit of inside info, thought I'd let you know.
 
murdock matt, thanks! i too have read the little write-up about mel odom in the first blade novelisation, and wondered if his email address still worked.
i might just send him something, because i had so much fun reading his work on that novel. whew! :)
now if marvel could get HIM to write the GR novel.......
cheers.
abe.
 
Abe said:
Elektra Kirigi,
Blade 2 actually did not have a novel produced, however there was a mini trade comic book produced. Believe me, I've looked far and wide for a Blade 2 novel, and it's not to be found.
That being written, if one does exist and you can provide proof, please let me know as I'd LOVE to get my hands on a copy. :)
Peter David has written a few Marvel comic book novels, such as the two Spider-Man novels (brilliant), Hulk, and Fantastic Four. FF was a bit of a letdown, but his Hulk novel is superb.
There was also Daredevil, Elektra, X-Men, X-Men 2, and The Punisher.
Basically once a comic book movie is in the works, I hunt down the novelisation.
I'm not too sure who would be suitable to write the GR novelisation... Didn't Quesada say Stephen King was doing some work for Marvel though? Oh baby! :)
Abe.

I almost fainted with the thought of King writting a Ghost Rider novel...

Huge King fan + Huge Ghost Rider Fan = Steve having heart attack.
 
take deep breathes flamehead, and try to relax. :)
ultimately though, a stephen king written ghost rider novelisation would kick all kinds of ass, so of course i'd be giddy to see it actually happen.
basically though, i just want a novelisation, and i want it to be Damn good. :ghost:
 
FlameHead said:
I almost fainted with the though of King writting a Ghost Rider novel...

Huge King fan + Huge Ghost Rider Fan = Steve having heart attack.

LOL.

Maybe you should start a petition, dude.

:confused:
 
Maybe I should indeed... and also probably should buy myself a defibulator as well.
 
FM Stephen King is making a series in Melbourne from the 28th of August (Nightmares and Dreamscapes)eight one hour series for TV.
 
I know, and I can't wait to see it. That book had a lot of great shorts in it.
 
TP59- thanks for the notice about Stephen King. any idea where they'll be filming?
 
in two weeks? thanks all
 

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